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A Gentleman Says "I Do"
by Amelia Grey


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New York Times and USA Today Bestseller

Her Writing Talent is Causing All Kinds of Trouble...

The daughter of a famous writer, Catalina Crisp has helped her father publish a parody that makes Iverson Brentwood's whole family the talk of the town, and not in a good way.  Read more...


 
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More About A Gentleman Says "I Do" by Amelia Grey
 
 
 
Overview

New York Times and USA Today Bestseller

Her Writing Talent is Causing All Kinds of Trouble...

The daughter of a famous writer, Catalina Crisp has helped her father publish a parody that makes Iverson Brentwood's whole family the talk of the town, and not in a good way.

Because He's the Reality Behind the Story...

Furious and threatening, Iverson storms into Catalina's house, demanding satisfaction, but the infamous rake has finally met his match. With her cool demeanor and intense intelligence, Catalina heats his blood like no other woman in his notorious history...


Praise for A Gentleman Never Tells

"Grey combines wit and charm in another enchanting, delicious romance."--RT Book Reviews

"Well written and entertaining."--Night Owl Romance Reviewer Top Pick

"Humor, romance, mystery, and comedy of errors...All of it well done."--Books Like Breathing

"Grey has created an intriguing tale of love, determination, scandal, and secrets in this delightfully captivating romantic encounter."--Rundpinne

 
Details
  • ISBN-13: 9781402239762
  • ISBN-10: 1402239769
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Casablanca
  • Publish Date: May 2012
  • Page Count: 339


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Books > Fiction > Romance - Historical - General
Books > Fiction > Historical - General

 
Publishers Weekly Reviews

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  • Reviewed in: Publishers Weekly, page .
  • Review Date: 2012-03-19
  • Reviewer: Staff

The Brentwood brothers return in the contrived sequel to A Gentleman Never Tells. Renowned poet Sir Phillip Crisp has published “A Tale of Three Gentlemen,” which all of Society knows is about the Brentwood twins, Matson and Iverson, and Sir Randolph Gibson, the man they resemble but who is not their father. Thuggish Iverson believes the only way to stop gossip is with his fists, which he justifies as defending his mother’s honor. Catalina, Sir Phillip’s daughter and secret collaborator, is not scared of Iverson’s propensity for violence and challenges him repeatedly; her defiance charms Iverson right out of his anger. As they wait for Sir Phillip to return from his travels—first so Iverson can hit him, and later so Iverson can ask him for Catalina’s hand—they dutifully trade barbs and flirt. Readers will likewise long for Sir Phillip to come home so the book can end. (May)

 
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